Islamic State jihad suicide bomber got £1m from UK government after being freed from Gitmo By Robert Spencer / Jihad Watch
He shouldn’t have been freed from Guantanamo, and he shouldn’t have
received this £1m ($1,246,000). Those who are really responsible are the
Leftist campaigners who made Guantanamo into an issue of “torture” and
“human rights,” even though there was no torture or human rights
violations. The poor dears who were freed from there deserved
compensation […] Read in browser »
Poll: Majority Want Fewer Refugees, Support Donald Trump’s Migration Cuts
By: Pamela Geller / THE GELLER REPORT
These poll numbers continue to hold. They are remarkably the same as a few weeks ago.
Remarkably, I say, because there have been weeks of relentless
Trump-bashing, riots, protests, memes, immigration propagandist news
stories, hashtags (#thisisarefugee), Hollywood award speeches, etc. pushing for more Muslim immigration.
But the enemedia is dead. Long live the people.
Poll: Majority Want Fewer Refugees, Support Donald Trump’s Migration Cuts...by Katie McHugh, Breitbart, 22 Feb 2017:
Another poll shows a majority of voters support President Donald
Trump’s executive order curbing travelers from seven terror-exporting
countries, and shows that a majority want fewer refugees imported into
American communities overall.
Pollsters found that
51 percent of respondents want the U.S. to accept fewer refugees than
the 100,000 per year President Barack Obama wanted to import. Trump’s
new White House plan trims that number to 50,000 per year.
NYPD Memo: Avoid Immigration Status of IDNYC Cardholders
By Cathy Burke / NEWSMAX
New York City's police commissioner is telling
officers they should not ask about the immigration status of anyone who
uses a municipal ID – a card that's issued to both legal and illegal
residents, The Wall Street Journal reported.
In a memo, Commissioner James O'Neill wrote the city's "IDNYC is
valid and a recognized form of government-issued identification
including for the issuance of a summons and desk appearance ticket,"
department spokesman Lt. John Grimpel told the Journal.
"We do not inquire about immigration status of crime victims,
witnesses or others who call or approach by police seeking assistance."
The city came out with the identification card in 2015, giving access
to city services even for illegal immigrants; it is used by at least
900,000 New Yorkers, according to the Journal. Mayor Bill de Blasio has
already said he will not let the federal government obtain the personal
records from IDNYC, the Journal reported.
The memo also told officers, in order for them to turn someone over
to Immigration and Customs Enforcement, the department would need to
receive a warrant from a federal judge – and the person would need to be
convicted of one of 170 serious crimes, the Journal reported. The
department would also turn over anyone on a terrorism watch list, the